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The American suffrage movement and the novels of Marietta Holley and Elia Peattie as a means of cultural lobbying
Women’s literary activity during the first two decades of the twentieth century, fuelled by the progressive spirit, served as a form of cultural lobbying through which they could articulate social and political problems ...
Mary Austin’s proto-ecofeminist land ethic in The Ford (1917) and the Owens Valley water controversy
(Taylor and Francis, 2018)
Ecofeminism aims to establish a community ecology that is sustainable for both human and nonhuman beings, deconstructing the oppressor/oppressed identities that are prevalent in patriarchal society. Anticipating this ...
Collaborative teaching reflection: insights into a globalized partnership
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
When collaborating remotely and cross-culturally, negotiating control, navigating ambiguities in context, and recognizing one's own cultural influences require immense amounts of self-awareness when positioning oneself ...